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Migration BO XI 3.1 to XI 4.1, Deski DX0016 error importing report


I have done the migration from a CMS 3.1 to 4.1 with all the documents (webi and deski) using the migration tool with no error.

I have no problem with the webi document.

I have upgrade my Deski with the sp7 service pack.

Using Deski, for the same documents on both systems i can import the document form the 3.1 system but from the 4.1 system i have the following error:

Import Failed DX0016

[repo_proxy 28] DocumentFacade::importDocument - (Helpers::InfoStore::ObjectFileHandle::extractContent) Local file copy has failed Erreur du File Repository Server : (hr=#0x80042a4a)

This is true for all deski document.

On the cms 4.1, on the input file repository on the location of the document i can find it, copy it and open it with Deski.

Any suggestions.

Thanks.

Christophe.

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  • Posted on Sep 18, 2014 at 02:29 PM

    Hi Christophe,

    To open Deski document from BI4.1, you need to install DCP. Please check this link for more details :


    http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-44234

    Best Regards

    Ines

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    Posted on Sep 25, 2014 at 04:19 PM

    Hi,

    With the help of the sap support we found that the solution is describe in the step 2 of the note 1939383 : https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1939383 .

    The step 2 specifies to copy Busobj.exe, busobj.tlb, BusobjSchedule.exe from "\\InstallDir\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Entreprise 12.0\win32_86\DCP" folder to "\\InstallDir\SAP Business Objects\Sap BusinessObjects Entreprise XI 4.1\win32_86" folder and to overwrite them if they already exist.

    Best regards.

    Christophe.

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